How to transfer playlists from Deezer to Spotify? Although some online tools allows you to transfer playlists from Deezer to Spotify, some song are missing or with wrong ID3 tags. The most stable ways is to download Deezer music to MP3 and then sync them to Spotify as local files.
Besides the millions of tracks Spotify offers, you can also use the app to play any audio file on your device. To enable that feature, make sure the songs is stored on your device and turn on “Local audio files”. Spotify supported audio formats including MP3, M4A, AIFF, WAV, etc.
To upload Deezer music to Spotify as local files, you will need to download Deezer to MP3 first. All you need is Pazu Deezer Music Converter.
Download, install and run Pazu Deezer Music Converter on your Mac. Click the Sign in button and log in your Deezer account.
The default output format is lossless M4A. Pazu Deezer Music Converter also supports converting Amazon Music to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and AIFF.
Output File Name: name the songs with any combination of Title, Artist, Album, Playlist Index, Track Number. For example, if you choose Title and Artist, Tylor Swift’s song Lover will be named as Lover Tylor Swift.mp3.
Output Organized: organize downloaded songs by Artist, Album, Artist/Album or Album/Artist.
Follow the on-screen instructions to choose the playlist or album you want to convert. Click Add songs.
By default, all songs in the playlist/album will be checked. If there are songs you don’t want to convert, please uncheck the box. Then click Convert button to start downloading Deezer songs to the format you choose.
Click below folder icon to quickly locate the downloaded songs. Upload them to Spotify following above steps.
On the History window, you can view all downloaded songs by date, artist and album.
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